With over 12,000 jobs at more than 200 companies, Quonset Business Park is the leading engine of economic development and job creation in Rhode Island. Despite the economic uncertainty of the COVID-19 pandemic, the strength of Quonset’s manufacturing sector has ensured stable jobs for thousands of Rhode Islanders, and the sectorEast Providence, RI
Chris Greenman of Capstone Properties represented Core Business Technologies (CBT) of East Providence in the lease of 11,400 SF at 950 Warren AveWeekapaug, RI
Lila Delman Real Estate has completed the sale of “Oceanwide,” 15 Spray Rock Rd. for $7.5 million. Lori Joyal, managing broker of Lila Delman’s Watch Hill office, represented the seller and facilitated for the buyerNewport, RI
Hogan Associates completed the sale of 32-36 Franklin St., for $975,000. Paul Tobak of the Tobak Group at Hogan Associates represented the buyer. Kate Leonard and Shari Dailey of Lila Delman Real EstateJohnston, RI
The Foncellino Team of Coldwell Banker Commercial division located at 1985 Mendon Rd., Cumberland, listed and leased 3,000 s/f at 767 Hartford Ave. to Elmy Media, LLC. The property is an open industrial space with access to elevator and truck level shipping docks.
Dacon Corp. is designing a 25,000 s/f office space for Hilb Group, an insurance broker with more than 30 specialties across employee benefits, commercial industry, personal needs and select markets. The firm is present in 20 states in the Northeast, SoutheastBristol, RI
Residential Properties, Ltd. (RPL) completed the sale of 418 Poppasquash Rd., which sold for $1.1 million. Sales associate Barbara Stamp, a member of RPL’s Barrington office, represented the buyer in the transaction
At the onset of COVID-19 with mandated shutdowns in place, my team at Venture Café & District Hall Providence shifted to remote programming to ensure we could continue to serve and connect our community. Now, seven months into the pandemic, while some strategies have remained the same, we’re still evolving to meet our community’s needs. We, like many organizations, have had to adapt and, in doing so, have discovered that some new waysEast Providence, RI
PACE Organization, a non-profit that provides services for seniors with complex medical needs, has purchased a new 66,000 s/f headquarter building located at 10 Tripps Lane for $3.8 million. The new site is more than twice the size of its current location in the Washington Park area of Providence,
What to do with those cinema parcels that seem underutilized? It is a question that National Amusements and The Dartmouth Company have been collaborating to address in multiple locations over the last few years. In a word, these properties can be challenging to redevelop and bring new value to.